Six 60m+ yachts to see at the MYS

September 12, 2016 Alexandra Groom

The Monaco Yacht Show is only two weeks away, so we've selected six superyachts to keep an eye out for.


Just J’s 61.0m, Hakvoort

The MYS is the world debut for this superyacht, which is the largest ever built at the Dutch yard. Exterior and interior styling is by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design with Naval Architecture by Diana Yacht Design.

Look out for: There are impressive volumes throughout, but look out for the private owner’s deck. Forward, there’s a hot-tub and breakfast ‘nook’ while in the master suite there is an impressive dome-shaped ceiling and skylight.


Photo: Giovanni Romero

Vanish 66.3m, Feadship

Launched early 2016, this Feadship has been seen happily cruising and chartering all summer, even playing host to one of music’s biggest celebrities in August. Clean lines by Eidsgaard Design ensure she will remain a classic for a long time to come.

Look out for: It’s hard to choose just one highlight on a yacht of so many fine set-pieces, but the owner’s stateroom includes and extendable balcony for secluded outdoor living, while amidships there is a free-standing staircase flanked by a glass wall that rises over three decks.


Photo: Perini Navi

Sybaris 70.0m, Perini Navi

The 70-metre Sybaris is the largest sailing yacht to be built in Italy by the Italian yard, and the largest and most technically complex yacht since the iconic Maltese Falcon.

Look out for: The hybrid drives, which mean silent running in sensitive anchorages, though frankly this is a yacht of many highlights. An interior by yachting newcomers PH Design features signature dashes of titanium everywhere from the walls to the furniture.


Photo: Jeff Brown

Enigma 74.5m, Blohm+Voss

An icon whose lines will never lose their style, the Martin Francis-designed yacht celebrates her 25th birthday this year and still turns heads. She was inducted this year into the SuperYacht World Hall of Fame.

Look out for: The two diesel engines, gas turbine and waterjet that propel her to speeds of 34 knots. There aren’t many sights as exhilarating as watching that bow slice through the waves.


Okto 66.4m, ISA Yachts

Andrea Vallicelli’s exterior styling has created a real one-off that launched at ISA Yachts in 2014, and is immediately recognisable wherever she goes.

Look out for: The engineering that went into her creating. BMT Nigel Gee led the team that has produced high speeds than contracted, better fuel efficiency and lower levels of noise and vibration.


Coral Ocean 72.0m, Lürssen

Built in 1994, Coral Ocean is a stunning example of the late, great Jon Bannenberg’s eye for design and detail. After a refit in 2009 and spending this past winter back in the Lurssen yard, she is back on the water and ready to cruise, being available for charter for the first time.

Look out for: The design details that show her pedigree. One of the very first yachts to include a spa and a gym, she was years ahead of her time when she launched. Her Polynesian beach house interior will amuse and delight guests, and the exterior spaces are excellent and include a huge sundeck.

See a full preview of the Monaco Yacht Show, including a yacht report on the 70-metre Galactica Super Nova in the current issue of SuperYacht World, available to buy and download here.

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